May 21, 2006
is there a treatment guideline or order of treatment that should be taken?
Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
Absolutely. There are a number of agencies around the world that issue treatment guidelines for HIV patients. Which one is most relevant to you depends on which country you live in and which medications you have access to.
Here in the US, the Department of Health and Human Services (US government) issues the most comprehensive guidelines, usually annually. You're in luck, the most recent guidelines were released this month. Here's the link: http://www.aidsinfo.nih.gov/Guidelines/GuidelineDetail.aspx?MenuItem=Guidelines&Search=Off&GuidelineID=7&ClassID=1
Hope this helps, BY
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